Christopher Wren, one of the architects of the Android operating system and a Google software engineer, will address UT Brownsville students at 10:30 a.m. April 14 in the Student Union’s Gran Salón.
City of Brownsville Attorney Mark Sossi today rejected District 1 Commissioner candidate Michael Gonzalez’s election challenge against his two opponents.
Gonzalez alleges that his rivals, District 1 incumbent Ricardo Longoria and Roman Pérez, are not complying with the City Charter because they did not accept their nomination in writing within five days of being notified by the city secretary that they had been nominated.
Students at UT Brownsville and UT Pan American have approved a constitution for the student government association of the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, university officials announced today.
Brownsville Deputy City Manager Pete Gonzalez informs the City Commission about the publication of a notice of intention to issue certificates of obligation to finance public improvements, including streets, a multilevel parking garage and the purchase of ambulances and traffic signals.
The City of Brownsville plans to issue $9.5 million in certificates of obligation to finance various public improvements, including street and drainage projects, buy three ambulances and a bus and build a multilevel parking garage.